Start

English vocabulary and translations (See all)

Want to improve your English? Try our online English lessons for free.

Definition

to start: to begin, to commence, to initiate
verb

the start: the beginning, the initial part, the opening
noun
This is the start of something wonderful, there are good things to come.

Examples

  • "Ready to start taking photos?"
  • "I'll start with a review of the last month, then I'll take questions and comments."
  • "Philip : And where do we start looking, genius?"
  • "Edward : Let's start with Betsy the acoustic guitar: Betsy, is the microfiche in you?"
  • "It starts a light show in Ibiza."
  • "And this afternoon, the interviews to hire Horatio's replacement are starting."
  • "So how do you usually start your day?"
  • "Glen : I canna wait to start working for you!"
  • "So, where do I start?"
  • "My future plans are to leave the city as soon as possible, assume a new identity and start a new life in a murder-free area."

Still having difficulties with 'Start'? Want to improve your English? Try our online English lessons and receive a free level assessment.


Do you have smart way of remembering 'Start'? Share it with us!